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On Thursday, 16th February 2012, the City Hall of Timisoara Municipality organised a public debate in the Council Hall on the first floor. The debate was focused on the Project of the Decision concerning the approval of the Specialist Study on the As
16.02.2012

On Thursday, 16th February 2012, from 3:00 p.m., the City Hall of Timisoara Municipality organised a public debate in the Council Hall on the first floor. The debate was focused on the Project of the Decision concerning the approval of the Specialist Study on the Assessment of the Urban Biotopes and of the Strategic Plan for the Protection and Conservation of Biodiversity, which have been developed within the frame of the Project “Biodiversity and Nature Protection – a responsible approach to environmental problems of two twin cities”-acronym BIOTOWNS, project code HURO/0901/128/1.3.4., funded through the Hungary – Romania Cross-Border Co-operation Programme 2007-2013.
 
The participants to the debate have been interested persons. At the same time, interested citizens had also the opportunity to submit written proposals concerning the presented material. Over 200 proposals for the Strategic Plan for the Protection and Conservation of Biodiversity in the Municipality of Timisoara have been registered.
 
Thus, besides the involvement of the experts from the Association AROUND LIFE Sebiş, and of their collaborators, the Strategic Plan for the Protection and Conservation of Biodiversity within the BIOTOWNS Project benefits from the expertise of specialists from the Environment Department of the Timisoara Municipality City Hall as well as from a wide contribution of experts and specialists belonging to the civil society.
 
Civil society’s contribution to the development of this strategic document is extremely important due to the fact that the proposals and arguments come from experts in various fields such as: horticulture, biology, zoology, forestry, agriculture, entomology, landscape gardening, landscape architecture, environment protection and other complementary fields with areas of competence in the domain of biodiversity. Moreover, the commitment of teachers form school education system (especially teachers from ECO-SCHOOLS), who coordinate concrete activities devoted to the ecological education and the protection of the environment, in partnership with higher education institutions and with other public institutions involved in the protection of the environment, constitute an important contribution to the shaping of the strategic plan and to the future implementation of the measures and actions included in this plan.
 
Although the BIOTOWNS Project has estimated the involvement of 125 experts and specialists in the development of the Strategic Plan for the Protection and Conservation of Biodiversity, this index has been surpassed by far. The involvement of this large number of specialists means not only that the strategic documents is funded on realistic knowledge, opinions and visions but also that it enjoys the wide support from experts, following that in future it will benefit from their support and commitment in the implementation phase.
 
It must be pointed out the fact that, with a view to the results and the proposals of the Strategic Plan for the Protection and Conservation of Biodiversity, numerous verbally formulated favourable opinions/recommendations  have been received during the various talks that are part of the current activity of the Environment Department.

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16.02.2012 -  On Thursday, 16th February 2012, the City Hall of Timisoara Municipality organised a public debate in the Council Hall on the first floor. The debate was focused on the Project of the Decision concerning the approval of the Specialist Study on the As
On Thursday, 16th February 2012, from 3:00 p.m., the City Hall of Timisoara Municipality organised a public debate in the Council Hall on the first floor. The debate was focused on the Project of the Decision concerning the approval of the Specialist Study on the Assessment of the Urban Biotopes and of the Strategic Plan for the Protection and Conservation of Biodiversity, which have been developed within the frame of the Project “Biodiversity and Nature Protection – a responsible approach to environmental problems of two twin cities”- acronym BIOTOWNS, project code HURO/0901/128/1.3.4., funded through the Hungary – Romania Cross-Border Co-operation Programme 2007-2013.
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24.09.2011 -  24 th September 2011 “LET’S DO IT” CAMPAIGN
The Cooperation Project entitled “Biodiversity and Nature Protection – a responsible approach to environmental problems of two twin cities”, between Timisoara Municipality and the Town of Szeged, (acronym BIOTOWNS, project code HURO/0901/128/1.3.4., implemented within the frame of the Hungary – Romania Cross-Border Co-operation Programme 2007-2013, co-funded by the European Union and the European Regional Development Fund) together with the Project „Let’s Do It, Romania!” have united their forces in reaching a common target: performing ecology actions aimed at certain natural areas, and information actions with the aim of raising the awareness and the responsibilization of the citizens who throw waste materials in these areas illegally
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